At some point, I suppose, the football game ends. I didn't even know they did that -- see, you totally can learn from this show. Into the BR, where the ladies are still wearing their cheerleader costumes that are lovely and kind of triumphant suddenly, and Lee is wearing a -- mustard polo, collar popped -- dickwad costume that he can never hope to pull off, and everyone is wearing grim faces. Lee tells Trump the Rush won. It was a great event, they sold a lot of food. He admits he "couldn't take the money fast enough!" Sean says that Lee was a good...no, great Project Manager, in his Seaniest tone, and he thinks they won too. Trump makes reference to "these beautiful women in these crazy outfits," so you know that he noticed them, and there is nervous laughter. There is an idiotic debate about whether "beautiful women" have the advantage over men, as far as "selling food," and Sean absolutely thinks they do. Michael gives his fucked-up Speech And Debate equivalent, I think, and the men say, though, that they had "25 to 30 women" on their team, as opposed to three. And Allie and Roxanne laugh, because (a) it's a compliment, and (b) suck it.
Trump asks Roxanne the same, and she admits she thinks they did very well. He asks if she thinks they won, and she redirects: "I hope we won." Carolyn talks about how Rush had different events, including Ogle, Orgy, and Cash Grab, and that they earned $1750. George kind of gives it away immediately: "Rather than concentrating on events," he says, Synergy "concentrated on selling food." He says they "sold everywhere, and to everyone" and "really hustled." I like it when George is impressed. He's really cool about letting you know. Tammy smiles as he tells everyone Synergy earned $2750. "They won, George." That's Trump's contribution: "...The women beat you. Badly." Heh. The reward is that because Outback is so tasty and quality, now they get to have some tasty and quality wine, courtesy of the Raphael Winery, to which they will be flying in his chopper. He calls it -- this made me want to give him noogies and a hug -- "the finest on Long Island."